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Hallo all,

After all these years i finally managed to arrange my collection in a way that i can show it to the world. :)

Inspired by other forum members here i made some sewer pipe racks suitable for the majority of my Gs (with straps).

Now these racks are placed in a sideboard, acompanied by some bracelett watches.

So lets start a short tour:
1. the solars (G, Oceanus and other brands):
Those are not in a drawer, the rack is usually placed in a cupboard near a south facing window.


2. Drawer 1 with more recent G-series watches and some bracelett Gs:

3. Drawer 2 with random non-Gs, mostly Casio

4. Drawer 3 DW-5600/6600/6900 classics and modern siblings:

5. Drawer 4 some random leftover from other racks:

6. Watch case with some bracelett solars, G and non-G:


As you see, to many watches to tell a story about every single one.

I hope you enjoyed the pictures.
Its also some kind of warning what watch addiction means.... :roll:
 

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Incredible !!! You are one great collector. But one thing got me curious --- the watch on the upper left-most of the first picture, isn't that the GX-56-1B?
 

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Awesome collection, how on earth do you choose which one to wear in the morning? One question, if you left one whole end off of one horizontal pipe, you could put the bracelets on as well. Or am I missing something?
 

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Incredible !!! You are one great collector. But one thing got me curious --- the watch on the upper left-most of the first picture, isn't that the GX-56-1B?
Yes, had to buy it from asia. :)
 

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Awesome collection, how on earth do you choose which one to wear in the morning? One question, if you left one whole end off of one horizontal pipe, you could put the bracelets on as well. Or am I missing something?
My wrist size doesnt match the pipe diameter. :-d

The watches are not tight to the pipe and dangeling around. :-(
 

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Wow, very impressive, but I have to ask:
a) how long have you collected?
b) how old are you?
c) do you keep all of the boxes/tins for those? if so that must be something to see as well!

KUDOS!!!!
Im collecting Gs since 1996 (at that piont i owned more then one).
Im 37 years old
No, i dont keep the tins. Im focussed on the watch itself, packaging is meaningless for me. :)
 

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Varied collection, I really like your Seikos and Citizens, Timex WS4 is really cool too :)
Yes, the WS4 is so weird- i couldnt resist! :)
 

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Great collection!!!! Fantastic mix of some old school G's with some new. One of the best I have seen posted here. I love the squares, 5500's & the few old school you have. Congrats!!!!!
 

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Very nice and comprehensive collection D2Mac!
I've yet to reallly organise mine, still somewhat haphazard for now.
Lee
 

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Thanks to all for the compliments! :)
 

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Very nice and comprehensive collection D2Mac!
I've yet to reallly organise mine, still somewhat haphazard for now.
Lee
I took more then 10 years to build up enough inspiration to get the watches lined up out of the several corners and drawers. :roll:
 

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Wow what a collection! Thanks for sharing.

What's going to be your next G?
red GDF-100 is in the pipeline..... :):think:
 
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